Britain, the Hashemites and Arab Rule: The Sherifian Solution
Timothy Paris examines Winston Churchill's involvement in the struggle for power in a number of Middle Eastern countries between 1920 and 1925. His study traces the development of the Sherifian policy, a policy that was devised by the British.
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Britain, the Hashemites, and Arab Rule, 1920-1925: The Sherifian Solution
Timothy J. Paris
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